Edita Vilkeviciute stars in the May edition of Vogue Paris, modeling wonderful vintage sea attire while she sails in the sea. Photography by Gilles Bensimon.
Clark Little is a surf photographer who lives on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. In 2oo7, Little’s wife asked to him to take a picture of the ocean for their bedroom. So, Clark bought a waterproof camera and then took pictures of the local shorebreak by their house. The ensuing photos turned out so … Read more
A few weeks ago, the Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara was said to have broken his own world record for the largest wave surfed when he caught a wave reported to be around 100ft off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. Speaking to the Observer in 2011 after his record-setting 90ft ride, McNamara explained: “We’d been invited by the government … Read more
Professional surf photography tends to appeal not just to the surf community, but also to the masses and mainstream media. So, when Surfer Magazine compiles its annual “photos of the year” album, it’s something everyone can enjoy.
While Apple is immensely struggling with their iOS6 maps, Google maps has gone to the depths of the ocean to roll out their underwater Street View. The dominant player in maps and directions released their first-ever underwater panoramic image last Tuesday, September 28, announcing their “next step in our quest to provide people with the most … Read more
It has been recently discovered that Trout use magnetic cells in their nose to navigate. Toes on the noes! These cells sense the earths magnetic field and enable the animals to find their way even without light or guidance. For migratory animals this 6th sense is essential in orienting themselves, and travelling in the right direction … Read more
Tribord, French surf brand, collaborated with ad agency Fred & Farid Paris to create this stunning, wordless one minute film “Back to Water.” Shot on location in Bali, the film places places Tribord’s swimwear and surfboards at the forefront while creating a awe-inducing backdrop of ocean water fiercely wrapped with a symphony of mesmerizing oceanic sounds. … Read more
Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. -Robert Frost No, I … Read more
“Twelve men have walked on the surface of the moon and maybe 500 have traveled to space, but only [two] have visited the very deepest point of the ocean, which they reached on January 23, 1960.”—Daily Mail, September 17, 2010. James Cameron and the Deepsea Challenge team are travelling 6.83 miles below the ocean’s … Read more
100 foot long footprints appeared on the beaches of Blackpool, UK one winter morning. This piece of work was executed by Ged Bryan and John Hicks in the four hour time slot between tides. Although the massive footprints didn’t last long they provided a spectacle for all beach goers that day. ‘It was lovely to see the … Read more
Surfer Magazine has compiled a gallery of the peoples choice favorite surfing photos of the year. Check out these savvy surfers carving up beautifully formed tunnels of water on some of natures most pristine coastlines. photo credit- http://www.surfermag.com/photos/photo-of-the-year/
While shooting shorebreak in 2009, photographer Mark Tipple dove under a wave and noticed a group of kids next to him, thrashing and struggling under the whitewash. He happened upon an image that would re-direct his career into a three year commitment to what he calls The Underwater Project. The project is and “ongoing reportage of Australia’s … Read more